In light of the recent traumatic events that have affected the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities, CAR has updated the list of resources we created after George Floyd’s death. George Floyd’s death, the violence against the AAPI community, and the protests occurring nationally and internationally have renewed conversations about race in the United States. While many people and workplaces have been having these conversations and working to change policy for decades, many others are having these conversations for the first time.
The Center for Automotive Research (CAR) is committed to supporting equality in the workforce and real change. While CAR’s business research explores the intersection of the automotive industry, economy, society, and public policy, our business research focuses on helping you better understand the ever-changing landscape of the automotive industry. We have assembled a list of resources that you can use to learn how to support your colleagues and how to improve race issues in the workplace. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission provides a comprehensive list of best practices for employers. Below you will find additional resources.
Entrepreneur: How Should You Be Talking With Employees About Racism?
Harvard Business Review: How U.S. Companies Can Support Employees of Color Through the Pandemic
Pepperdine University: Confronting Prejudice: How to Protect Yourself and Help Others
Portland Business Journal: 3 ways leaders can lead office conversations on racism, justice
Sunshine Behavioral Health: Mental Health Issues Facing the Black Community
act.TV: Systemic Racism Explained
Automotive News: D3 execs unite to fight racism
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